Stealing football cards from a postal service processing facility=time in the big house (and we don’t mean Michigan Stadium).
Mark D. Hoggay was an executive with a company that did business with the U.S. Postal Service when the feds came callling last fall.
A complaint from an eBay user who’d lost a valuable card in the mail led police to Hoggay’s home where a lot more good stuff was found. Turns out he was selling it on eBay, which not surprisingly, did not make the government happy.